Project HEART

Electronic Resource Notebook

Project HEART: Electronic Resource Notebook (ERN)

Teacher Design learning | TDL

HEART Teacher Reflections

What is TDL? - Teacher Design Learning is a process for teachers to self reflect on their teaching strategies, while taking on the role of facilitator/coach for their students. Teachers are asked to look at instructional strategies, activities, formative assessment, and their overall methodology to improve student learning outcomes. Data is collected by 1) observing classroom strategies over a period of 22 minutes, recording which style of student engagement is developing within 2 minute intervals; 2) tracking which type of strategies where presented in the areas of technology, engagement, instruction, and methods; 3) reflecting on your level of performance when collecting feedback and promoting student engagement.

Teachers will submit 2 (two) total HEART Reflections (both are self observations on the TDL form). Teachers are encouraged to collect this data in their own classroom, while facilitating/coaching their students. When you record your data , you will input your data/information from your TDL form and you will need to also upload your TDL form in order to submit it. Fill out the google form below to record your data.

Note - you will need a google account (email) to upload documents. Items may be downloaded from your computer or other devices, along with google drive.

To learn more about TDL and your HEART Reflections, contact clabe.slone@kedc.org

TDL Form (PDF COPY)

Student Engagement Activity

Participate and document one or more of the following: KYA (Kentucky Youth Assembly), KUNA (Kentucky United Nations Assembly), National History Day, or a student developed Capstone Project. You will want to upload your documentation once the activity is complete.

Documentation - using the form below, please upload any agendas, sign-in sheets, pictures, or presentations that support this activity. PDF copies only and please label your file with your name, activity, and date. Up to 5 files may be downloaded.

Note - you will need a google account (email) to upload documents. Items may be downloaded from your computer or other devices, along with google drive.

HEART Lesson plans

Using the form below, you may begin uploading your lesson plans for Project HEART. Since several formats will exist, please make sure that your lesson plan includes the following items: formative assessment, terminology, and at least one strategy supporting technology, blended learning, universal design for learning (UDL) or student engagement. Please give as much detail as possible for others to follow. Only one lesson plan may be uploaded each time.

Note - you will need a google account (email) to upload documents. Items may be downloaded from your computer or other devices, along with google drive.

To search for lesson plans, click here.

Public relations

Provide one item for Public Relations

Additional Activities (Benchmark IV)

You will need documentation from this current school year (2018-2019) that details information about the HEART Grant and your involvement. Examples may include an article in your local newspaper, school board meeting, district newsletter, school newsletter, website article, etc.

This may also be a group effort with other teachers in your building or district. If this is done as a group, only one person needs to submit the documentation. All members of the group must have an active role for this activity.

Documentation - using the form below, please upload any agendas, sign-in sheets, pictures, or presentations that support this activity. PDF copies only and please label your file with your name, activity, and date. Up to 5 files may be downloaded.

Note - you will need a google account (email) to upload documents. Items may be downloaded from your computer or other devices, along with google drive.